0333 003 1909

Wills,Trusts & Probate Solicitors

"...since appointment, the team are always on hand to help and have become an extended member of the family...." Mrs W Gaughan

Our specialist solicitors have experience and can advise on all aspects of Wills, Trusts and Probate, from delivering simple Wills to providing complex and technical estate planning advice. 

  • NewLaw Wills, Trusts & Probate team include solicitors who are members of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners
  • Our charges are clearly structured, so you will know how much everything is going to cost
  • We explain the law surrounding Wills & Estate administration clearly so you that you understand it
  • We undertake work throughout England, Scotland and Wales
  • You can instruct us to work through your needs, or you can use our online facility to draft your Will

Whether the advice for Wills, Trusts or Estate administration is for you or a loved one, call NewLaw Solicitors on 0333 003 1909


At NewLaw our main aim is to make you feel comfortable talking about your personal matters, such as drafting a Will, so that you can plan effectively for the future, giving you the peace of mind that your family will have one less thing to worry about.

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Scottish Law is different to England & Wales and the legal system is adhered to in a separate manner. If you reside in Scotland or your enquiry is based from Scotland, please take note of the different legal requirements.

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Deputyship is the process of applying to the Court of Protection to allow someone to make decisions for another person if they cannot make a Lasting Power of Attorney. A Deputy will be appointed by the Court of Protection and will be given the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity to do so.

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When someone dies, either with or without a Will, the deceased’s personal representatives will need to administer the estate. This involves the personal representatives carrying out all necessary legal, administrative and tax requirements including valuing the estate, applying for a Grant, collecting the assets, settling the liabilities and distributing the estate to the beneficiaries.

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There may come a time when you are no longer able to manage your own affairs, whether this is due to physical or mental incapacity, or both. By preparing a Lasting Power of Attorney now, you are retaining control over who deals with your matters in the future.

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Are you wrongly paying for care home fees? People throughout the UK are wrongly paying thousands of pounds in care fees which could be fully funded by the NHS. Our specialist lawyers have successfully recovered thousands of pounds in wrongly paid care fees.

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A Personal Injury Trust will provide you with essential protection for your compensation monies. It is important that you take advice on setting up a Personal Injury Trust to protect your compensation award.

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At NewLaw our main aim is to make you feel comfortable talking about your personal matters, such as drafting a Will, so that you can plan effectively for the future, giving you the peace of mind that your family will have one less thing to worry about.

Close More info

Scottish Law is different to England & Wales and the legal system is adhered to in a separate manner. If you reside in Scotland or your enquiry is based from Scotland, please take note of the different legal requirements.

Close More info

Deputyship is the process of applying to the Court of Protection to allow someone to make decisions for another person if they cannot make a Lasting Power of Attorney. A Deputy will be appointed by the Court of Protection and will be given the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity to do so.

Close More info

When someone dies, either with or without a Will, the deceased’s personal representatives will need to administer the estate. This involves the personal representatives carrying out all necessary legal, administrative and tax requirements including valuing the estate, applying for a Grant, collecting the assets, settling the liabilities and distributing the estate to the beneficiaries.

Close More info

There may come a time when you are no longer able to manage your own affairs, whether this is due to physical or mental incapacity, or both. By preparing a Lasting Power of Attorney now, you are retaining control over who deals with your matters in the future.

Close More info

Are you wrongly paying for care home fees? People throughout the UK are wrongly paying thousands of pounds in care fees which could be fully funded by the NHS. Our specialist lawyers have successfully recovered thousands of pounds in wrongly paid care fees.

Close More info

A Personal Injury Trust will provide you with essential protection for your compensation monies. It is important that you take advice on setting up a Personal Injury Trust to protect your compensation award.

Close More info

At NewLaw our main aim is to make you feel comfortable talking about your personal matters, such as drafting a Will, so that you can plan effectively for the future, giving you the peace of mind that your family will have one less thing to worry about.

Close More info

Scottish Law is different to England & Wales and the legal system is adhered to in a separate manner. If you reside in Scotland or your enquiry is based from Scotland, please take note of the different legal requirements.

Close More info

Deputyship is the process of applying to the Court of Protection to allow someone to make decisions for another person if they cannot make a Lasting Power of Attorney. A Deputy will be appointed by the Court of Protection and will be given the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity to do so.

Close More info

When someone dies, either with or without a Will, the deceased’s personal representatives will need to administer the estate. This involves the personal representatives carrying out all necessary legal, administrative and tax requirements including valuing the estate, applying for a Grant, collecting the assets, settling the liabilities and distributing the estate to the beneficiaries.

Close More info

There may come a time when you are no longer able to manage your own affairs, whether this is due to physical or mental incapacity, or both. By preparing a Lasting Power of Attorney now, you are retaining control over who deals with your matters in the future.

Close More info

Are you wrongly paying for care home fees? People throughout the UK are wrongly paying thousands of pounds in care fees which could be fully funded by the NHS. Our specialist lawyers have successfully recovered thousands of pounds in wrongly paid care fees.

Close More info

A Personal Injury Trust will provide you with essential protection for your compensation monies. It is important that you take advice on setting up a Personal Injury Trust to protect your compensation award.

Close More info
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